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  • Two men sought in fatal shooting of Orthodox rabbi

    MIAMI A 60-year-old Orthodox rabbi from Brooklyn, N.Y., on his way to a local synagogue was gunned down in broad daylight Saturday morning during a likely random robbery attempt on Northeast 175th St., according to Miami-Dade police and local Jewish...
  • Gary Poliakoff, pioneer in condo, homeowner association law, dies

    Gary A. Poliakoff, a co-founder of Fort Lauderdale-based law firm Becker & Poliakoff and pioneer in condominium and homeowner association law, died Friday of complications from cancer. He was 69. Mr. Poliakoff served as managing shareholder of his firm...
  • Synagogue, family targets of vandalism

    The escalating violence between Hamas and Israel has hit home. A Jewish family living in Miami Beach recently found their two cars vandalized. One car was covered from top to bottom with eggs while the other had the word "Jew" smeared in cream cheese...
  • Solidarity rally draws more than 3,000

    As Israel's battle with Hamas terrorists escalates, more than 3,500 South Floridians of different faiths and backgrounds showed their overwhelming support for the Jewish state at a community solidarity rally on July 31. The rally, dubbed "Miami Unites...
  • Anti-Semitic messages pop up on synagogue, cars in Florida

    MIAMI Swastikas were spray-painted on the front pillars of a Florida synagogue Monday morning, leaving the surrounding community on edge especially after two cars in Miami Beach were defaced over the weekend. "We have been violated," said Rabbi...
  • Red Eye gets in your face

    Red Eye gets in your face
    Woody Othello's disfigured creatures rest on pedestals in the back room of Fort Lauderdale's ArtServe gallery, each bald, scowling and with red noses, enlarged craniums and swollen stomachs. Othello calls these nameless figures "festers," or grotesque...
  • Brazilian bikini in the spotlight

    Brazilian bikini in the spotlight
    The barely there Brazilian bikini once might have scared away South Floridians. Not anymore. Local Brazilian bikini seamstress Eliane Benatti Rochebois is proof of that. From her home studio in North Miami Beach, packed with sewing thread and lycra of...
  • Bachata to the future

    Bachata to the future
    Working as a DJ in the South Florida salsa scene, Jorge Charun watched bachata, a Dominican Republic rhythm and dance, take the place of reggaeton in dance clubs and on the radio. "There's a huge demand for bachata music now," Charun says. "A lot of...
  • Half of Broward state reps elected unopposed

    Half of Broward state reps elected unopposed
    The race for a seat in the state House of Representatives is already over in half of the districts in Broward County. In five of the 14 districts that represent the county, Democratic legislators are returning to office unopposed. In a sixth, District...
  • Mario the Baker location among restaurants cited by inspectors

    Mario the Baker location among restaurants cited by inspectors
    Violations of state sanitation and safety laws recently observed by inspectors at eight South Florida restaurants last week prompted the Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation to cite the owners and briefly suspend operations, reports...
  • DANCE

    DANCE
    Baila Flamenco Dance Festival: The fifth annual student festival will include more than 60 flamenco performers ages 4 and older in a program titled “Moments to the Rhythm.” The festival also features flamenco instructors and musicians from the...